...the government is imposing heavy limitations on online shoppers in Argentina. Foreign currency reserves (US Dollar) are the lowest in years and now they want to stop the bleeding with the enforcement of a existing law. If I understood this correctly, online shoppers have a limit of 25 US$ for online purchases. If they exceed and still order something online, then they need to go to the local customs office, fill out some forms, wait in line for 4 hours or something, pay 50% import tax on any item and get their parcel out. Fuck governments and their meddling with citizens Life! Anyway, would like to hear from people actually living there how this is affecting your Life (if at all) and how this could become a business opportunity for everyone (maybe not, but hey, lets see what Blackhatters have to say). I am spinning a couple of ideas already. This is a clear example of the need for something like Bitcoin. I could imagine that Argentinians would exchange "something" to earn Bitcoins and then go onto a similar website like Amazon and pay in Bitcoins. Just don't know how to circumvent Argentinean customs office.